European Amateur Boxing Championships

The European Amateur Boxing Championships is the highest competition for boxing amateurs in Europe, organised by the continent's governing body EUBC, which stands for the European Boxing Confederation. The first edition of the tournament took place in 1924, although the first 'competitive' championships were hosted by the city of Stockholm (Sweden) in 1925.

EUBC Events

In 2008 AIBA changed names of age groups (Junior->Youth, Cadet->Junior).

NumberEventsFirstLast
1European Amateur Boxing Championships19252017 (42nd)
2European Union Amateur Boxing Championships20032017 (8th)
3European U22 Boxing Championships20122017 (2nd)
4European Youth Boxing Championships19702017 (27th)
5European Junior Boxing Championships19962017 (21st)
6European Schools Boxing Championships20032017 (15th)

Men's editions

NumberYearHostDatesEvents
1 1925 Stockholm, Sweden May 5–7 8
2 1927 Berlin, Germany May 16–30 8
3 1930 Budapest, Hungary June 3–8 8
4 1934 Budapest, Hungary April 11–15 8
5 1937 Milan, Italy May 5–9 8
6 1939 Dublin, Ireland April 18–22 8
1942[A] Breslau, Germany January 20–25 8
7 1947 Dublin, Ireland May 12–17 8
8 1949 Oslo, Norway June 13–18 8
9 1951 Milan, Italy May 14–19 10
10 1953 Warsaw, Poland May 18–24 10
11 1955 West Berlin, West Germany May 27 – June 5 10
12 1957 Prague, Czechoslovakia May 25 – June 2 10
13 1959 Lucerne, Switzerland May 24–31 10
14 1961 Belgrade, Yugoslavia June 3–10 10
15 1963 Moscow, Soviet Union May 26 – June 2 10
16 1965 East Berlin, East Germany May 21–29 10
17 1967 Rome, Italy May 25 – June 2 10
18 1969 Bucharest, Romania May 31 – June 8 11
19 1971 Madrid, Spain June 11–19 11
20 1973 Belgrade, Yugoslavia June 1–9 11
21 1975 Katowice, Poland June 1–8 11
22 1977 Halle, East Germany May 28 – June 5 11
23 1979 Cologne, West Germany May 5–12 12
24 1981 Tampere, Finland May 2–10 12
25 1983 Varna, Bulgaria May 7–15 12
26 1985 Budapest, Hungary May 25 – June 2 12
27 1987 Turin, Italy May 30 – June 7 12
28 1989 Athens, Greece May 29 – June 3 12
29 1991 Gothenburg, Sweden May 7–12 12
30 1993 Bursa, Turkey September 6–12 12
31 1996 Vejle, Denmark March 30 – April 7 12
32 1998 Minsk, Belarus May 17–24 12
33 2000 Tampere, Finland May 13–21 12
34 2002 Perm, Russia July 12–21 12
35 2004 Pula, Croatia February 19–29 11
36 2006 Plovdiv, Bulgaria July 13–23 11
37 2008 Liverpool, United Kingdom November 5–15 11
38 2010 Moscow, Russia June 4–13 11
39 2011 Ankara, Turkey June 17–24 10
40 2013 Minsk, Belarus June 1–8 10
41 2015 Samokov, Bulgaria August 6–15 10
42 2017 Kharkiv, Ukraine June 14–26 10
43 2019[E] Minsk, Belarus June 21–30 10

Notes

Men's All Time Medal Table

As of 2017 (Exclude 1942)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Soviet Union (URS)993536170
2 Russia (RUS)59171692
3 Poland (POL)343445113
4 Germany (GER)323451117
5 Hungary (HUN)253267124
6 Bulgaria (BUL)243353110
7 Italy (ITA)242757108
8 East Germany (GDR)19243982
9 Romania (ROM)143170115
10 Ukraine (UKR)12131944
11 Ireland (IRL)1173351
12 England (ENG)10172552
13 Sweden (SWE)10102141
14 France (FRA)7162851
15 Turkey (TUR)792339
16 Netherlands (NED)510924
17 Yugoslavia (YUG)572840
18 Denmark (DEN)561425
19 Azerbaijan (AZE)46818
20 Finland (FIN)422531
21 Wales (WAL)4048
22 Czechoslovakia (TCH)362130
23 Spain (ESP)35816
24 Armenia (ARM)331319
25 Belarus (BLR)271423
26 Belgium (BEL)22610
27 Lithuania (LTU)2147
28 Georgia (GEO)15915
29 Great Britain (GBR)1416
30 Croatia (CRO)1359
31 Scotland (SCO)121114
32 Austria (AUT)12811
33 Moldova (MDA)1269
34 Estonia (EST)1203
35 Norway (NOR)1168
36 Greece (GRE)0224
37  Switzerland (SUI)0145
38 Czech Republic (CZE)0112
39 Egypt (EGY)0101
40 Israel (ISR)0033
41 Latvia (LAT)0022
 North Macedonia (MKD)0022
43 Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH)0011
 Slovenia (SLO)0011
Totals (44 nations)4374207991656

Women's editions

NumberYearHostDatesEvents
1 2001 Saint-Amand-les-Eaux, France April 10–14 11
2 2003 Pécs, Hungary May 11–17 13
3 2004 Riccione, Italy October 3–10 13
4 2005 Tønsberg, Norway May 8–15 13
5 2006 Warsaw, Poland September 3–10 13
6 2007 Vejle, Denmark October 15–20 13
7 2009 Mykolaiv, Ukraine September 14–21 11
8 2011 Rotterdam, Netherlands October 17–22 10
9 2014 Bucharest, Romania May 31 – June 7 10
10 2016 Sofia, Bulgaria November 14–24 10
11 2018 Sofia, Bulgaria June 4–13[2] 10
12 2019 Alcobendas, Spain August 22 – September 1 10

Women's All Time Medal Table

As of 2016

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia (RUS)37132575
2 Turkey (TUR)11123154
3 Ukraine (UKR)8103149
4 Bulgaria (BUL)74718
5 France (FRA)691530
6 Romania (ROM)642030
7 Italy (ITA)62917
8 Ireland (IRL)60410
9 Hungary (HUN)5101934
10 Norway (NOR)55414
11 Poland (POL)4111328
12 Sweden (SWE)47718
13 Denmark (DEN)2136
14 Netherlands (NED)2114
15 England (ENG)1427
16 Azerbaijan (AZE)1012
17 Finland (FIN)03710
18 Germany (GER)0235
19  Switzerland (SUI)0202
20 Greece (GRE)0156
21 Czech Republic (CZE)0134
22 Armenia (ARM)0101
 Israel (ISR)0101
 Moldova (MDA)0101
25 Croatia (CRO)0022
Totals (25 nations)111105212428

See also

Results Database

References

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